Blaney Agriare pleased to showcase their Irish built hedgecutter range at National Ploughing Championships and are excited to unveil a new model hedge trimmer.Stand 412 is also the place to go to see their latest feeding and bedding machinery, and to find out what makes the Blaney SwathAirwilter superior to any other machine out there.
Designed and manufactured in Ballymena, Co Antrim this year marks the 10th anniversary of the development of Power Shredding technology which is incorporated in the business end of the Blaney hedge cutters as well as the Blaney Power ShredderTM mowers and excavator heads.The Blaney hedge cutters are available in 4 series: Compact, Agri, Agri Pro and Contractor. Visit stand 412 and see what makes the Blaney machines so special, and be one of the first to see their exciting new model of hedge trimmer make its debut appearance.
Blaney offer a number of feeding solutions including the Bale Shredder, developed to shred round bales of silage and straw. It comes in various models which can help with feeding, bedding and processing straw. The popular Forager X10 Bale Unraveller will also be on display – re-engineered last season with a host of enhanced features, outperforming any other type of equipment on all bale types.
For many farms, a great aspect of the Forager X10 is that it is a one man and one tractor operation. It offers a fast and effective solution for feeding out round bales to reduce the need for manual forking, to get the job done quickly and easily for better thriving animals, less wastage and improved profits. Blaney have enhanced the new model Forager X10 bale carriers making them 25% stronger. Drive components are capable of withstanding forces well in excess of 50000 Newton’s, and more powerful hydraulics give generous capabilities to work with the heaviest bales year after year. Innovative new feed out spikes, new bale chamber and unique side rollers are designed to deal with the most difficult bales. The new Forager X10 is now more compact, ideal for getting into tight spaces and narrow passageways. Itsunique safety guards to protect livestock from injury are now 50% stronger and more compact. The extra thick 50mm sprung tines are designed for road travel and developed to handle the heaviest bales.
The latest Discus model in Blaney’s Cubicle Bedderrange will be on display, designed to provide a clean comfortable bed for your cattle. When you consider a cow can produce approx 45 litres of slurry a day ( 7m3over a 5 month period), good bedding and the right bedding equipment for the job can greatly impact on farm performance andprofitability. The CB Discus isa twin disc modelavailable in a range of hopper sizes and mountingoptions to suit your vehicle requirements and housing setup. It has been developed to dispense a range of bedding, including shavings, sawdust, lime mix, chopped straw or sand. Not only will the Cubicle Bedder’s use increase hygiene levels, reduce the risk of disease and lead to higher yields, but you will also save valuable time and hassle. With the Cubicle Bedder, bedding can be done in seconds, from the comfort of the cab. You can save up to 50% bedding material compared to manual bedding, so there is less wastage. All the benefits the Cubicle Bedder bring will impact positively on farm profits.
The Blaney Agristand,No 412will also be showcasing a selection of their wide range of machinery including, Power Shredder Mowers,SwathAir Pro, CB Discus Cubicle Bedder, Bale Shredder, Forager X10 Bale Unroller, and hedgecutters with a new model to be unveiled.If you would like to find out more about the Blaney Agri range, request a brochure or DVD please call from ROI 048 2587 2801,from NI 028 2587 2801, or visit www.blaneyagri.com where you can browse the range and view video footage of the machines. You can also follow both companies on twitter and facebook.